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Night Bazaar, Chiang Mai

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Take an evening stroll along Night Bazaar, a famous shopping experience in Chiang Mai. Though the street looks fairly ordinary by day, at dusk the whole atmosphere of the place changes. See the independent vendors set up their stalls and lay out their colorful, eclectic wares--from handicrafts and clothes to toys and DVDs. Head into the throng of visitors from all over the world as they try to get the best prices for the things that catch their eye. A lively and memorable cultural experience, even those leaving empty-handed will feel they gained something from their time. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Night Bazaar and many more Chiang Mai attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Chiang Mai itinerary planner.
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  • I saw a lot of markets, bazars and what ever. I don’t felt that impressed of this one. But go there and have a look.. ……………..  more »
  • It is the biggest night bazar I have ever seen. You can find everything starting with keychians and finishing with icecream and various tipes of food. You just have to see it! And extremely cheap.  more »
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  • An amazing array of goods on display for tourists to gawk at, bargain and purchase if they chose to. We didn't experience any unpleasant vendors. Be prepared to walk as the shopping area is really huge and we covered only a fraction of it in 2 hours. Lots of places to rest and rejuvenate along the way. Dress cool as the warmth get rather stifling within the stalls. We had fun and got all our presents.
  • A good place to spend a few hours in the evening. There are plenty of eating joints, pubs and bars and shops that sell souvenirs to household stuff. The sellers are very kind and gentle unlike few other cities (won't take names) where they are generally rude. If you bargain, sellers are kind enough to settle at a price or if not they are able to reject your offer with a smile or their face and wishing you a good trip. :-)

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